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Rachel interviews Rusty Brockman about economic development. This is Rusty's last interview as he is set to retire on March 15th. Congratulations Rusty!

Listen to an interview Rachel did with Tiffany Quiring the Development Director for the River City Advocacy and Counseling Center.

Listen to the interview Rachel did with Edison Bryant from the Elks Lodge about the grant to improve the quality of life for a child.

NEW BRAUNFELS—An electric outage has been scheduled for Thursday, January 11 in order for NBU Electric crews to make upgrades to equipment in the Preiss Heights neighborhood. The outage will affect customers on Ervenberg Avenue, Edwards Boulevard, and Mary Preiss Drive. The project is expected to

NBU Electric crews to begin removal of Plaza Christmas lights NEW BRAUNFELS—Area drivers may experience added delays in downtown New Braunfels Through Wednesday as NBU Electric crews work to take down the Christmas lights hung in and around the Downtown Plaza. “The City of New Braunfels’ sidewalk

Solid Waste Centers Now Accept Electronics for Recycling Hays County Courthouse, San Marcos, TX – With the start of the New Year, Hays County residents can now drop off many types of non-working or unwanted electronic devices for recycling at the County’s two Recycling/Solid Waste Centers at no

Time: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Address: Landa Recreation Center 164 Landa Park Drive Cost: $15 per child and activities include board games, arts and crafts, sports and creative play. To register your kids for the fun, call the Landa Recreation Center at 830-221-4370 or visit our online registration site

The City of San Marcos will host its monthly brushy waste drop-off for residential garbage and recycling service customers on Saturday, Jan. 13 from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Take the San Marcos Animal Shelter entrance at 750 River Road and following the signs. Green waste that will be accepted includes

The San Marcos Main Street Program has kicked off their Love Downtown Campaign by opening the Valentines Mailbox in Kissing Alley. Now through Feb. 14, they will be accepting letters to be marked and sent from Kissing Alley in honor of Valentine's Day. Residents and visitors can drop Valentine's

NEW BRAUNFELS — Applications are open for Comal County’s sixth annual University of County Government, an award-winning, free 10-week course that introduces attendees to the role and function of county government.. The classes occur each Tuesday from 6-9 p.m., starting March 13 and ending with